Venue & Hospitality

Conference Dates: October 19-20, 2020

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.

Transportation

About City

ABOUT CITY

Athens is the capital of Greece. It was additionally at the core of Ancient Greece, an incredible human advancement and domain. The city is as yet overwhelmed by fifth century BC tourist spots, including the Acropolis, a ridge stronghold bested with antiquated structures like the colonnaded Parthenon sanctuary. The Acropolis Museum, alongside the National Archeological Museum, jelly figures, jars, adornments and more from Ancient Greece.

A few city-states were acclaimed for their materials, expressions, sciences, show, however most, aside from Sparta and conceivably Corinth, perceived that Athens was the sparkling star. (Corinth was an exceptionally regarded city-state. Sparta was well known for military quality. Indeed, even Athens concurred with that.)

Athens, Modern Greek Athínai, Ancient Greek AthÄ“nai, noteworthy city and capital of Greece. A significant number of Classical progress' scholarly and imaginative thoughts started there, and the city is commonly viewed as the origin of Western human advancement

Mind boggling Facts about Athens

•           Athens is Europe's most seasoned capital. ...

•           Athens has encountered pretty much every type of government. ...

•           If it weren't for an olive tree, Poseidon may have been the city's benefactor. ...

•           The old Olympic games were never held in Athens. ...

•           Athens is home to the principal known vote based system. ...

•           Athens has the most showy stages on the planet.

Arranged in southern Europe, Athens turned into the main city of Ancient Greece in the primary thousand years BC, and its social accomplishments during the fifth century BC established the frameworks of Western development.

Old Greece is generally known for being the origin of majority rule government, its specialists, popular logicians, and researchers. What items is Greece known for? Greece is known for its creation of marble, olives and olive oil, feta cheddar, nectar, and red saffron.

The official language of Greece is Greek, spoken by 99% of the populace. Also, various non - official, minority dialects and some Greek lingos are spoken too. The most widely recognized unknown dialects learned by Greeks are English, German, French and Italian.

Athens sea shores. ... Athens sea shores are spread up and down the southern and the north eastern side of the Attica landmass. All the coastline from Glyfada to Cape Sounion have decent sorted out Athens sea shores just as segregated inlets to appreciate a day at the sun.

The Achaemenid decimation of Athens was practiced by the Achaemenid Army of Xerxes I during the Second Persian intrusion of Greece, and happened in two stages over a time of two years, in 480-479 BCE.

Athens is viewed as a sheltered city, in any event, for solo female voyagers. Wrongdoing rate is low and as long as you avoid potential risk, you will have a sense of security here. Most visits are sans inconvenience, yet the robbery of international IDs and wallets are regular on the metro and in jam-packed vacationer sights.

Parthenon

The Parthenon is the most celebrated structure in Athens and the entirety of Greece. It stands superbly at the highest point of the Acropolis and is viewed as the embodiment of Doric design, the least complex of Greek structural styles.

Religion in Hellenistic Athens, similar to Greek religion in the old style time frame and Christianity at later occasions, was a mind boggling arrangement of gods, customs, and convictions that reacted to human needs. As the requirements and conditions of the Athenians changed, so changed their religion, yet  progressively.